Survival Hacks: Over 200 Ways to Use Everyday Items for Wilderness Survival

April 19, 2017 - Comment

Turn everyday items into survival necessities! Would you be prepared if you needed to survive in the wilderness? Survival expert Creek Stewart shares his cache of practical, easy-to-follow tricks to help you transform everyday items into valuable gear that can save your life. Survival Hacks takes you step-by-step through transforming simple objects like soda tabs

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Turn everyday items into survival necessities!

Would you be prepared if you needed to survive in the wilderness? Survival expert Creek Stewart shares his cache of practical, easy-to-follow tricks to help you transform everyday items into valuable gear that can save your life. Survival Hacks takes you step-by-step through transforming simple objects like soda tabs and plant leaves into essential survival tools.

This rough-and-rugged guide covers everything from small-scale hacks, like using sticks and rope to make a table, to the big stuff, like creating a one-person emergency shelter from a trash bag or purifying dirty water using a plastic bottle and the sun. And you can be ready anywhere you go with everyday carry kits, pocket-sized survival kits, so you’re never without the essential tools you need to make it on your own. Being prepared can make the difference when it comes to your survival in an emergency. And Survival Hacks makes it a whole lot easier.

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MIchiganDogman says:

Not what it claims! The title clearly says, “Survival Hacks: Over 200 ways to use everyday items for Wilderness Survival.” Most of the “hacks” cannot be used for wilderness survival. The majority of these “hacks” could be used in a suburban or urban environment when the grid is down, however, not in the wilderness survival situation. For instance, the slingshot whisker biscuit, how many of you carry a paintbrush in your backpack or bug-out-bag? The hobo candle heater, who carries terra cotta flower pots with them into the wilderness. The shelf bracket stove; how many carry metal shelf brackets into the wilderness. The brick rocket stove; how many of you are willing to carry bricks into the wilderness in order to utilize this wilderness survival “hack?” How about the pallet shelter, who is going to carry pallets into the wilderness to make a shelter. In addition, how many of you have tried to take apart a pallet. You need the right tools and you need heavy…

Dan Davis says:

Real World Tips For Basic Survival Skills First, I will admit I am a big fan of Creek Stewart and all of his books. Survival Hacks is one, if not the best, of Creek’s books to date. The book is logically divided into various sections of survival topics. Many of Creek’s topics delightfully begins with how and when he first learned the tip, or some beneficial background information. The tips listed are “real world” instructional information, and not some far fetched MacGyver projects that us mere mortals could never duplicate. 

Jonathan Zook says:

Lots of good ideas to try This book is a very good read if you’re into experimenting with new ideas and ways of doing things. This is a great book to sit down with your kids and recreate and tryout the “hacks” that Creek has shown. I’ve had a lot of fun duplicating what’s in the book. Some were ideas that I already knew and use but showed a different technique. Knowing more than one way to accomplish something is a great skill to have.I highly recommend this book, especially with summer time and our kids being out of school approaching. You don’t need to be into “survival” to enjoy this book. If you love working with your hands and feeling a sense if fun and accomplishment, then this book is for you as well.If you are into the outdoors, this also shows fun stuff to do with the inevitable human detritus that we come across while enjoying nature.

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